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When Worlds Collide

When worlds collide is rather catchy, but it really was nothing ominous, we were enjoying the last night of Ms. Yoga being in town and the first night of the Louisville clan in town and everyone decided to meet at … Continue reading

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Christmas 2019

Christmas is a wonderful day to set aside for family, if one has the luxury to do.  Tradition for my Bride and her sisters is to have breakfast with her Mother and that certainly precedes me in the timeline.  The … Continue reading

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Christmas Eve 2019

I still find the Christmas Season wonderful and I am the type of person to wish people “Merry Christmas,” unless I know that they celebrate a different holiday; and I don’t do it for spite, but because I so enjoy … Continue reading

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A 1992 Gallo Chardonnay

One never knows what to expect when you start to rearrange the wine cellar, especially me, because I can be rather forgetful about what is there.  I saw this bottle and realized that it could possibly be an interesting article … Continue reading

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"You Look Like a Mobster"

“You look like a mobster” is how someone broke the ice in a conversation with me, at a corporate holiday party, because Corporate America can not call it a Christmas Party anymore.  I mean I was totally at a loss … Continue reading

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Scharffenberger Cellars

I had the recent good fortune to attend a wine tasting at The Fine Wine Source in Livonia, Michigan where I belong to their monthly wine club.  The tasting was being sponsored by the Vintage Wine Company and was featuring … Continue reading

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The Ladies' Annual Christmas Party 2019

This annual Christmas party has been going on, long before I ever arrived on the scene, but not as long as the Detroit Thanksgiving Parade or the traditional Lion’s Thanksgiving game.  It is a tradition and it is a mix … Continue reading

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